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looking for them. we're looking at that. midland beach, one of the areas hit the hardest, and as of several hours ago, still doing rescues from midland beach. curtis high school, just at curtis, they do need food, we're trying to get them an election television to help hook up their generator, because they are in the dark, working off flashlights. picked up food. delivering that to them with about a half an hour, they'll are have some hot food. i'm working the phone, biggest problem? communication. it's one of the reasons i'm in brooklyn right now. the cell phone towers, some of them must have went down, we're having trouble getting people on cell phones and the home foam is not on without power. and we're having big communication issues. >> thank you for taking the time. and i know that experience going out to breezy point, cell phone in and out and intermittent and what you can imagine, the life on city streets when no power, impossible for traffic to move, and traffic becomes snarled and making difficult for emergency responders to get to neighborhoods in dire need. >>
government, and during the boom years, for instance, in the west midlands there were no net new private sector jobs. he's dealing with the big issues. what a pity that all he can do is stand up and try and read out a quote. >> ed milliband. >> mr. speaker, he says the report is on the right track, goodness knows what he would have said if it was on the wrong track. business has no confidence in him, and deregulation -- his chosen approach -- is not the answer. now, let me turn to a specific area of the report, recommendation 61 which i'm sure he's familiar with. [laughter] he says, and i quote: the government needs to set out a definitive and unambiguous energy policy. [laughter] this is, obviously, mr. speaker, an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation on energy after the last 20 -- it's good to see the business secretary down the bench, by the way. i'm sorry that growth committee that he's on is so unmemorable that he can't remember it. this is an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation. so his energy -- i'm rather enjoying this, mr. speaker. his energy se
the hospital, and all the way past to midland beach, everything was flooded. i have been hearing the rumors that's been over 20 something victims found already, nothing is confirmed. these are the photos around my neighborhood. these are the photos of the area around. >> the water, up close, is it really filthy? >> it's deep, and it stupgs because it's mixed with storage. these are the troops, don't know if they are marines or what are they, but the army troops that were trying to help people around. >> what are your neighbors saying to you? >> well, everybody is trying to help each other. everybody is just talking about their own family members, some of the people -- in this picture that you just showed were two people trying to get ahold of their relatives. in a few houses, they were still in the water from yesterday. . my neighbors are -- everybody is just trying to help each other. all of the basements are filled up with water. some people's first floor as well filled up with water. today i have been to my cousin's house, it is full of water and stinks with gas, and we're trying to put
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